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2GB Ipod wont let me select certain songs

My IPod has worked fine but recent everytime I try to select a song with a ITunes album (picture) it will not let me. It jumps to the next availible song that I put a album picture on . I can access songs with my albums pics. but not ITunes ones. Any Ideas?? Could this be a problem with the lastest updates I got from ITunes?

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This does have to do with the updates the same thing happened the my ipod that got stollen

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I want to download certain songs to my new Ipod shuffle. I do not want to download everthing Is there a way to choose which songs you want to put on your ipod?


The only songs you can download have to come from the iTunes store. Set up an account with a credit card, and you can order single songs, albums or videos, plus some free content. Some albums are sold as whole albums, but that is not the norm.

If you have music on your computer, you can download iTunes to it, and try and drag tracks by having the iTunes window open to your iPod, and the other pane open to your music. Highlight and Right Click Drag - Copy here.

The legit way is to pay Apple $38 to allow you to put non iTunes music on their device.

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<p>Music you download from the iTunes Music Store album art, and an iPod Touch, this work of art as the music plays. Numbers that you have your iTunes library from CDs or files on your computer does not contain pictures, but you can find the right images using iTunes and synchronize the work with the iPod Touch. <br /> <p><br /> <p>To download artwork from iTunes <br /> <p>1. Open iTunes on your computer. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Mark all the songs you want to download the album cover, click the radio button and click "Get Album Artwork." iTunes will try to adapt each with a selected song from the iTunes Music Store and download the correct album art. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Connect your iPod Touch to your computer. If you set iTunes so that it does not automatically synchronize your iPod Touch, iPod Touch to highlight the "Devices" list and click "Sync". <br /> <p><br /> <p>Adding image files from your computer <br /> <p>1. Open iTunes on your computer. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Highlight a song you want to add album art. If you do not see the viewer art in the lower left corner of the iTunes window, click the arrow next to "Repeat" icon. The spectator art would have to say: "Drag art here." <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the folder containing the image you want to add to your music contains. Drag the image on the viewer art and let it go. Repeat for each number you want to add an image. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Connect your iPod Touch to your computer. If you set iTunes so that it does not automatically synchronize your iPod Touch, iPod Touch to highlight the "Devices" list and click "Sync". <br />

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<p>While the album artwork is an essential part of non-digital albums, is also useful for digital versions of music. This is especially true of songs from the iPod Touch from photos, also known as album art; add to the visual appeal of the songs played on the iPod Touch. If you noticed that your songs are missing images playing on the iPod Touch, you can solve this problem by obtaining the art in iTunes. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Connect your iPod Touch to your computer using the USB cable for iPod. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Click "Start" then "All Programs" and "iTunes." Click the "Music" option under "Library." <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Click "Edit" then "Select All" on iTunes. Right-click and choose "Get Album Artwork." Then click "Get Album Artwork" when asked if you want to get the album cover. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Wait for iTunes to download artwork. This may take several minutes depending on the number of albums that defect art. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Write the songs from iTunes to your iPod Touch. If your iPod Touch is automatically set to sync with iTunes, iTunes automatically copies the music. <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Disconnect the iPod Touch after iTunes has copied the songs. Press the "Music" on your iPod Touch and play a song to iTunes to see the pictures added. <br />

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Step 2: Press Ctrl and 'A' at the same time for Windows, or Command and 'A' in Mac and all your songs will be highlighted.
Step 3: Right click and choose "Get Album Artwork"
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"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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